No, you’re not seeing double; there really are two brand new singles from Stalley in today’s feature lineup. Though Jackin’ Chevys and its accompanying visuals are still fresh out the oven, the Buckeye State representative is already back in the Booth with follow-up Always Into Something. Whereas the aforementioned jam was brash and in-your-face, this cut has a more ominous, understated vibe. Rashad reprises his role behind the boards, layering muted guitar riffs, dissonant bells and menacing brass over a slow-rolling rhythm section as Stalley rhymes about his street pedigree and the “king legacy” he plans to leave behind. Rising pop star Ty Dolla $ign provides a low-key guest hook. For both of today’s single releases and much more, cop Stalley’s Ohio LP when it drops October 28, via Maybach Music.
Written by richard on 08/27/14
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